Friday, May 6, 2011

What's For Dessert?

I promised you a little something to top off the Cinco de Mayo dinner I made last night.

Here it is!


Fried Ice Cream Hot Fudge Sundae!

Yum!

How do you make it? Well let me tell you!

First you need to gather up some supplies.

Vanilla Ice Cream
Corn Flakes (I used Frosted Flakes)
Hot Fudge Sauce
Whipped Cream
Strawberry per sundae for garnish

Using a ziploc bag, put some of the cereal into it. With a rolling pin, smash up the cereal really good. Set aside.

Take your vanilla ice cream and scoop a ball of it. Transfer the ball to your hand and squish it into more of a ball.

Put the ball of ice cream into the cereal and smash some flakes into it. You want the ball well coated. If you are making multiple sundaes, you might want to put it in the freezer while you make the rest.

Put the "fried" ball into a bowl. Heat up the fudge sauce and pour it on! With my tribe it is not dessert unless it is slathered in chocolate! Top with whipped cream.

Leaving the leaves on the strawberry, make slices. Don't go all the way through! You want the strawberry still in tact. Fan out the slices and add to top.


Needless to say, it was a hit!

13 comments:

Allison @ Alli 'n Son said...

Mmmmm, sounds wonderful! Thanks for linking up with Sweet Tooth Friday.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Sounds great and looks like the Bitty One is lovin' it:@)

Theresa said...

That dessert would make me take the name from Happier than a pig in mud!!! Bitty one is adorable! xoxo

thepurplerose said...

Wow!!! You were busier than Santa on Christmas Eve last night!!!

Doris said...

Ohhhh, looks so good! Seems simple enough for me to give it a try =) Thanks for sharing!

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Can I come over for dessert! This is an amazing recipe. I can just taste it... well, I can just think what it would taste like!

We love fried ice cream and now I have a very yummy alternative!
Have a wonderful Mother's Day, my friend!
xo Yvonne

from my front porch... said...

Happy Mother's Day, Maggie!!!

Lori said...

Happy Mother's Day sweet lady ~ will have to try this one! Hugs.

Jacqueline said...

Ahh, yes, we learned to make "fried" ice cream balls after we tried many times to make fried ice cream balls, and they tasted every bit as good, no mess and no melted balls with all of the topping boiled off in the hot oil! Fabulous with the beautiful strawberry on top. I think I want this for dinner tonight.

thepurplerose said...

where are you???!!!????

fairfieldhousenj.com said...

Maggie,

You missed your calling. You should be a chef at a comedy club. This looks absolutely scrumptious. Definitely a recipe to save!

Your Friend,
Deborah

PS If you haven't already, stop by my Cottage Charm Give-Away. Lots of antique/vintage items!

Marysol said...

Sí, for favor.
If the little one's smile is any indication of its richness, then I'm in!

The DIY Show Off said...

YUM! We completely forgot about Cinco de Mayo and had Chinese. Oops! lol

This looks sooooo good! Your daughter is adorable!